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... with olive trees and vineyards. Any untilled land is covered in wildflowers. It is a beautiful time of year here. There are lots of little villages along the way. The houses vary from very nice stone structures to little more than hovels. It is hard to tell if people actually live in the latter. Zakynthos is an agricultural island making olive oil, olive wood carvings, honey and cotton goods, hand embroidered. We stop at ...
... helmets and read about ALL the little trinkets and pottery. I sat at the front and people watched. Because that took us so long, we didn't get to eat gyros in Greece. It was worth it to see Mike so excited but he owes me some Greek food. We came back and had an awesome lunch on the boat then napped for 5 hours! We have been exhausted and really needed to sleep. When we got up, I wasn't feeling too ...
... but perhaps a little tense for a few minutes, especially as he had just read it and had congratulated me and commenting that it was the "best one yet mother!" Its normally me who cant cope with technology!
Back to our travels....Eventually at 2.30pm as scheduled we loaded on to the Olympic Champion, Anek Lines Superfast ferry from Ancona in Italy to Patras on mainland Greece. This was pain free and easy to say the least, infact the whole process had ...
... To fill in time and while I had an ounce of strength I did the laundry. Breakfast was also a trial with me having to force down my usual of Bircher muesli, pecan nuts, low fat yoghurt, and blueberries. Yoghurt smoothie. Worried about low blood sugar so I very reluctantly toasted 3 pieces of banana bread with jam. Watching calories, so I didn't use butter. Went to the library and got a book ...
... it was dirty. There was lots of areas where garbage was just piled really high, and lots of graffiti, and nothing too unique. When we got to Olympia, which is where the Olympics started, we got lucky and it was free admission day. We walked around the ruins and it was fun to see, where different athletes would have done their training. The temple of Zeus is also here, and still has at least one of the ...